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Ancestry releases millions of records of the Holocaust

Millions of records of Holocaust victims are now available to search for free on the family history website

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Ancestry allows you to host multiple family trees, which can be made public or private. Work on an Ancestry tree can be synchronised to that on your home computer via the Family Tree Maker software package, and to mobile devices through the company’s
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NLS Maps Website Introduces Drawing Tool
The National Library of Scotland (NLS) has added a drawing tool to its free maps website maps.nls.uk. The website holds thousands of historic maps, including Ordnance Survey maps of Great Britain dating from the 1840s to the 1970s, maps of Scotland
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MyHeritage’s ‘Family Tree Builder’ can be accessed for free with a Basic subscription, but its limit of 250 individuals is lifted when taking out a paid subscription. The program can also be installed on a home computer via myheritage.com/family-tree